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a dozen witnesses nearby in manhattan's columbus circle. here's how the calculated murder went down. police say around 1:20 monday afternoon, the suspect arrived at the scene waiting for his victim. 30 minutes later, he gets out of the tan getaway car, talks to his getaway driver and scopes out the scene. watch as multiple people walk by, getting a glimpse of the killer before he pulls his hood up, then begins pacing up and down the block, even passing by his target. minutes later, as woodard walks down this busy street with surveillance cameras catching his every move, the suspect walking up from behind. police say that's when the victim looks up from his phone, instinctively turns around, but decides to keep going. seconds later, around 2:00, that's when police say the suspect pulled out a silver semiautomatic pistol, firing the fatal shot. the hit man then calmly gets into the passenger side of the getaway car and takes off. >> nobody saw him. there were 50 people at least on that corner, nobody seen the guy. >> reporter: abc news has learned woodard had more than a dozen arrests
was a young boy when they were both in columbus, ohio. they would take overnight trips for mug-related events. on one, peck alleges that airey engaged in full on sexual assault. >> it was night. room was pitch black. i was very shocked. very scared. i recall tears coming down my face and wetting the pillow behind me. i laid perfectly still. and mr. much went in to shock mode. i didn't know if i was going to be hurt or injured if i tried to fight back so i didn't. >> according to peck's attorney it's because airey left the state of ohio before he turned 19 the statue of limitations does not apply. we reached out to mr. airey for a response and we are told he is out of the country on a cruise celebrating his 50th wedding anniversary. bret? >> bret: john roberts in charlotte. thank you. one of president obama's biggest supporters says the president should just throw his critics in jail. the grapevine is next. i love to eat. i love hanging out with my friends. i have a great fit with my dentures. i love kiwis. i've always had that issue with the seeds getting under my denture. super poligrip free
across columbus parkway with the rifle and called police. the chp helped vallejo police set up a perimeter, and that's how they caught the two. the older boy is the one below said something disturbing. >> one of the juveniles said he was loading the riffle and he was going to use it on police officer r police officers if they got close to him. >>> the search is on tonight for a man who robbed a wells- fargo bank in the south bay. morgan hill police released this surveillance video of the robber today. the robbery happened just before 2:00 p.m. on saturday, at a branch on monterey road. police say the man gave the teller a note, demanding money, and said he had a gun. although no gun was seen. >>> the family of a san lorenzo man run down and killed by a hit and run driver was in court. police say the prowler intentionally hit him and drove off. he died three days later. his brother is a long time ktvu photographer. he wants people to know there is a $50,000 reward for information. >> we are looking for some help. we know that somebody knows what happened. this could not have bee
hand. >> it's been fascinating. thanks to jack hanna. and the columbus zoo. tune in for jack hanna's wild countdown. that is all for us tonight. i'm going to have a cold shower. good evening. >>> hello, everyone, i'm don lemon, thanks for joining us. we are watching two major stories affecting your world tonight. one the health of the u.s. secretary of state. hillary clinton is in the hospital right now with a blood clot. stay right there. full details on her condition and prognosis. also tonight, say the words with me here, fiscal cliff. no vote yet, no agreement yet. and not a lot of time left. can you say one more day? we're going to start with the secretary of state, hillary clinton, hospitalized with a blood clot. it was discovered today during a follow-up exam. doctors say it is related to a concussion she suffered earlier this month. you'll recall the former first lady was suffering from a stomach virus when she fainted. i want to bring in cnn's chief medical correspondent, dr. sanjay gupta. she was just cleared to return to work this week, and now this. >> first of all, the
game player in his basement that's what he did. joining us now from columbus, ohio a teacher at ohio state and studied the violent video game culture. what's the most important thing you learned about the culture, professor? >> well, i have been study violent media effects for over 25 years and conducted over 50 studies we recently conducted comprehensive review of all studies 381 of them involving 130,000 participants and these studies show that violent video games increase aggressive thoughts. they increase angry feelings. they increase physiological arousal such as heart rate and blood pressure. which may explain why they also increase aggressive behavior because people who have aggressive thoughts and feel angry inside and are stressed out are more likely to behave aggressively than those who aren't. and they also decrease helping behavior and they decrease feelings of empathy and compassion for others. >> bill: i know lots of kids who play these games. and they are good kids, they are normal. they don't act out. they don't do anything destructive but they love the games. the rea
. that would run the government from the end of the fiscal year to columbus day. this is a bigger problem than that. >> yes, there was that -- the big deal that they seem to be so close to that you now want, but isn't the thing that scuttled at that deal house republicans? >> absolutely not. absolutely not. >> wasn't it that the speaker couldn't get you all behind him? >> no. >> you all loved that deal? >> no. we weren't the ones -- what's the on the table right now from the white house, not the short-term fix the president offered the other day but the big deal we're talking about, it was a dollar in tax increases for every 80 cents of spending reductions. what's the 5:1 deal or famous 10:1 deal so popular during the republican primary for president. where have those deals gone? they're gone. the president was widely documented having said during the first round of discussions when boehner said i put $800 billion on the table. the president said i get that for free because i won the election. that's not a negotiation. the president is not serious about preventing us from going over the cliff.
fascinating. my thanks to jack hanna and the columbus zoo and aquarium. that is all for us tonight i'm going to have a cold shower. good evening. >>> if you are looking for on the's breaking news, look out the window. seasonably nasty stuff this time of the year. blizzard tying up travel and the rest unexpected. dozens of tornados out of season, out of the blue, in your face. >> oh, my god we need to go. it's right there. keep recording. we have to hurry up and get past this. >> one view of the massive storm as it moved through the mobile, alabama, area. now here's another. >> oh, my god. look. that's a tornado. oh wow! oh, jesus, look at that tornado. oh, my god, that's cool. jesus, please keep your hands on whoever is over there. look at them. that's like two tornados. two funnels on the ground. oh, lord! look at there. wow! oh, oh, my god. look at that. look. there's another one. it is fixing to touch down. we are fixin' to have to get in the bathroom. it's coming towards us. >> you don't expect a tornado in december, but in the south like here in little rock, arkansas, you also don't exp
to cleveland to columbus. those airports are seeing lots and lots of delays and cancellations. a lot of people are going to be stuck for another day for the holidays. not only that, but the big mall is closed here. in canada they call this boxing day, the day after christmas. same here in the united states. we have people returning gifts to the mall. people using the gift cards that they found in the stockings yesterday. that's not going to happen. at least we have online shopping. here's even more bad news. another storm is coming and it should be here in the midwest by new year's. in indianapolis, for the weather channel, back to you. >> thank you, sir. in new jersey which of course was hard hit, people are bracing for possible coastal flooding and severe weather. they are busy stockpiling up on splice. for more on the impact of this and into the new year, let's turn to the weather channel. paul, what say you, good sir? >> good day to you. the good news is we are not expecting the widespread severe across the southeast or texas. this is the recap of the storm that started christmas eve and m
of the area here in the upper 40s at least. we are very comfortable to start. cooler air to the west. columbus, 37. chicago, 32. notice those numbers because that cooler air will arrive later this afternoon and tonight and we will cool off overnight tonight and about 24 hours from now, our temperatures will be back in the 30s. as the winds pick up ahead of our front and late front, we should lose the fog here shortly. out to the west, out into eastern kentucky and west virginia, the light green is our cold front that will come through later this morning. we'll cloud fine period around the middle of the day with a possibility of a light sprinkle or shower. -- we'll cloud up for a period around the middle of the day with a possibility of a light sprinkle or shower. i don't think we'll get a lot of measurable rain today. you might see a sprinkle. you will notice warm temperatures and winds pick up later this afternoon. partly sunny. could be a shower with a passage of the front. winds gusting to about 30 this afternoon. >> thank you. >>> time no check in with julie wright. >> is that you i heard
canceled or delayed for indianapolis. we're also seeing the same cancelations in chicago, columbus, cleveland, and those airports down to dallas. seeing lots of airports closed down. the roadways are kind of slowed down right now because of visibility. a few hours ago, it was really, really hard to see because when this wind gets blowing and we are talking about 20-mile-a-hour wind gusts, it is blowing around and just see the white going down the street. that affects commerce going throughout the next few days and then bad news on the back end of this nthrough new year's, anothr storm to come through. this is a triple wallop. we had a few days ago, this one and the next one coming through. so it's not going to be good for holiday travel, richard. >> dave, who has amazing back pedaling ability there in indiana, thank you so much for your time today with the weather. >> sure. >>> the hard-fought presidential campaign caught the headlines but it's time to look back. here's the picks for the top five political stories of the year. good to see you here. >> good morning, richard. >> numb
in columbus. you can watch the proceedings live from the ohio statehouse senate chamber on c-span 3. we will also be watching north carolina as its electoral college meets and it is all on our website, c-span.org. go there to find out more. james thurber, does anything unexpected happen when electoral college day occurs? we saw the voting process in november. are electoral college delegates committed? can anything different happen? guest: yes, something different can happen. in 24 states they are required to vote the ticket that they are running on, these electors. so, they cannot be a faithless elector. we had nine cases since 1920 of them. one of them was actually here in washington, d.c., in 2000. she did not vote at all in protest over the fact that washington, d.c., does not have representation in congress. host: if you would like to talk with james thurber about the electoral college, here are the numbers to call -- the origins of the electoral college. where did it come from and why do we have the system? guest: it goes right to the founding. the founders wanted to not have the c
of flights that are come going and those were cancel would and also flights that are coming in from columbus cancelled as well the wiptir storm is wreaking havoc . they're cancelled or delayed. it dumped snow in parts of texas and oklahoma . now there is it a blizzard warning in affect . that is pushing through pennsylvania and new york and coming to new england and the big problem will be tomorrow and thursday and we'll experience heavy wind and rain . here in logan airport is not a huge problem for us . we are not experiencing precipitation. it is it flights going to or coming from places that are affected. that is it a problem, too. live in logan. now a major u.s. military base coming under attack in afghanistan. that is in pakistan . nato said the homicide bomber did not make it inside . >> and investigators and the christmas scene ambush where two firefighters died. there was another victim found inside of this home . the body believed to be the missing sister of excon william sprangler. her brother set a deadly trap for first responders and planned the details in a chilling note. new 9
center and then also go to jazz at lincoln center at columbus thank you so much. >> thank you. you're always welcome. >> and what political story will be making headlines in the next 24 hours? that's next right here. stay with us on andrea mitchell reports. join the counter revn and switch to olay pro-x to see results in 28 days. anti-aging results so you look up to 12 years younger. reduce the look of pores and fight red acne for clearer skin get cleansing results as effective as a $200 system no matter what your skincare issues you'll see results in 28 days guaranteed join the counter revolution with potent, professional, pro-x. or treat gas with these after you get it. now that's like sunblock before or sun burn cream later. oh, somebody out there's saying, now i get it! take beano before and there'll be no gas. [ male announcer ] marie callender's puts everything you've grown to love about sunday dinner into each of her pot pies. tender white meat chicken and vegetables in a crust made from scratch. marie callender's. it's time to savor. >>> which political stoerl will make hea
cameras for a spring training baseball complex. columbus, ohio, bought an underwater robot to help with rescues. coburn wants to know and we do too why we're not spending more wisely on security, or just not spending it at all. >> both parties tend to divide americans into our voters and their voters. let's be really clear. republicans must steer far clear of that trap. >> that was congressman paul ryan saying it was time to reach out to all american voters. fine sentiment, but are they? here now we bring in burgess owens, a former nfl player and super bowl winner who says his community has been hurt badly because of its solid loyal toy the democrats. he's also the author of "it's all about the team." thank you for coming on. i don't know if you heard what paul ryan said. but blacks -- let's see. 95% of african-americans voted for president obama in this last election. what do you make of that? what does that tell you? >> well, the first thing we have to start looking at is what it's going to take for us to get the respect of both parties, and that comes down to us being a people t
run the government from the end of the fiscal year september 30th to columbus day. this is a bigger problem than that. >> here's the thing, there was the big deal they seem to be so close to that you now want, but isn't the thing that scuttled that deal house republicans? >> absolutely not. # absolutely not. >> wasn't it that the speaker couldn't get you all behind him? >> no. nope. nope. >> you all loved that deal? >> no. we weren't the ones -- what's on the table right now from the white house, not the short-term fix that the president offered the other day, but the big deal we're talking about which you mentioned a few seconds ago, a dollar in tax increases for every 80 cents of spending reduction. what happened to the three to one deal, the five to one deal, the ten to one deal that was popular during the questions on the republican primary for president. where have those deals gone? they're gone. the president, it was widely documented as having said during the first round of these discussions when boehner said i put $800 billion on the table, the president said i get that for
, who is romney's ohio campaign director who was hold up at a hotel in columbus. he was hitting refresh on the state and county board of elections websites. he sees two things. provisional ballots that were still out and then secondly, he's hearing that in hamilton county, that crucial county around cincinnati, there are still precincts out that may be favorable. so he tries to do the prudent thing and say let's be careful here because i'm hearing that there's still some good precincts out for us. because of that the romney folks said, all right, let's hang tight. they stop the advance guy from -- who had already made the call to start the wheels in motion to -- >> where romney was going to call the president, things like that -- >> makes the movement from the hotel to the podium. that will started. the advance guy has to call back four people and say, stop, stop, stop. for every an hour -- >> it is no bill daley and al gore. >> it was going to that. they even drafted a speech for paul ryan to give down at the podium saying folks, go home, we'll see you tomorrow morning. they were neari
out of dallas and also cancellations out of chicago. at cleveland-hopkins, out of columbus, all of those airports are being affected by this storm and that means that a lot of people will not be able to get back home after their holiday vacations. let's talk about the financial impact just here in indianapolis, one of the big malls closed down for the day. this is traditionally a big day where people go to return things and also use those gift cards. still, they can use the gift cards online. that is the silver lining to this very silvery day here in the midwest. i'm dave malkoff for the weather channel. back to you guys. >> it's coming here, ladies and gentlemen. >>> now to mary thompson with a market flash. >> you know, among all these retail stocks which were down today, we do have one trending higher, jcpenney up almost 2%, up for the second session in a row. in the wake of a positive note on oppenheimer saying the company's aggressive discounting into the holiday season should actually bode well for the company's sales in what has turned out to be a much weaker than expecte
home. >> gretchen: sounds like some car payments. talking about columbus, ohio and shout out to my in-laws who are there. i will be there next week. >> this adorable house and great curb appeal. three bedrooms and two baths and completely redone . four fire places and new kitchen with granite countertops and here your mortage would be $672 a month. >> gretchen: i might look at that house i am there. columbus is a great place to live. >> brian: wonderful stee and great prices. >> gretchen: you are very helpful and we like to do good news segments on "fox and friends". >> thanks. >> gretchen: you heard of the 12 days of christmas, but what about the 12 days of spending. ♪ turtle friendly lighting. ♪ >> gretchen: what? the most ridiculous ways that the government is wasting your money, coming up next. look at the tv screen. that is 107-2. a case of bad sportsmanship. we report and you decide. maybe it was a knicks game? ♪ ♪ [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. your soups are so awesomely delicious my husband and i can't stop eating 'em! what's...that... on your head? can curlers! tom
the spending needs that the country seems to long. host: ed is in columbus, ohio. he's talking to us on the democrats line this morning. ed, you're on the "washington journal" with joseph rosenberg, research associate at the tax policy center. caller: thank you, good morning. mr. rosen berg, with the fiscal cliff blooming, do you believe the i.r.s. will be able to calibrate their system at this late of a date and would the debt ceiling debate blooming, could that delay federal refunds? thank you. guest: yes. the question about the i.r.s. is a good one and it is an important one. so it almost is certainly bound to complicate the filing season. i think already the i.r.s. has said that they are -- they have not released updated withholding tables for winner to. -- 2013. what that means is employers will use the withholding tables for federal income tax. but if a deal is made or no deal is made, that's going to have to change and at some point, employers will have to change their federal income tax withholding amount. i mentioned with the alternative minute 34u78 tax, that will -- minimu
to jail. a year later, the mayor of columbus, new mexico is a card-carrying cartel member to facilitate the killing down there. as well-intentioned as law enforcement is, most law enforcement i dealt with in the course of researching this book are trying to do their best. as long as the incentivizing and funding is there, it is basically law enforcement bureaucracy and prison bureaucracy we fund to lose this war. all it does is jack up prices. >> we're going to take a break. i'm kind of a square on this. it's nerdland. i'm actually a bit of a nerd. we'll talk about that when we come back. [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus presents the cold truth. i have a cold, and i took nyquil, but i'm still "stubbed" up. [ male announcer ] truth is, nyquil doesn't unstuff your nose. what? [ male announcer ] it doesn't have a decongestant. no way. [ male announcer ] sorry. alka-seltzer plus fights your worst cold symptoms plus has a fast acting decongestant to relieve your stuffy nose. [ sighs ] thanks! [ male announcer ] you're welcome. that's the cold truth! [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus.
and then maybe it is irreversible, some of the damage. >> bill: barbara is on the line from columbus, new jersey. hey, barbara, good morning. >> hi, bill, how are you? >> bill: we're great. you have a question or a comment? >> caller: yes, i have a comment. i was calling into the show because i just happen to tune into the show and listen to what you were saying about the fiscal cliff. with the republicans and the democrats. and i'm an independent. i'm so glad to be a part of this country but right now, i'm just not in love with republicans at this point because they're the party of no. it seems they're very selfish. you know people shouldn't -- right now vote any republican in office because they all seem to be on this agenda of destruction with this country. i just don't understand how they're not listening to their constituents because most republicans who are middle class are middle class. first. they're not democrats or republicans. they want the same thing for this country to go forward and to go ahead and they're
to take the state if he wanted to win, but ohio is auto country. i met voters in columbus who were outraged because it was a bold-faced lie. all chrysler said is it may make extra jeeps in china. here's what i said about romney's surprising misunderstanding of the auto industry back then. >> for decades and decades and decades, american auto companies have made cars in the countries or the regions in which they sell them. i want to remind americans when they buy toyotas and hondas and hyundais and nissans in america that are assembled here, back home somebody said why are you shipping our jobs to america? it shows a misunderstanding by the romney camp to try and get under people's nails about jobs and cars being made elsewhere. >> christine didn't see that coming and got stuck listening to my rant. they knew all of this very well and chrysler immediately denied the claim and romney stood by his ad. i don't need to tell you what an important swing state ohio is. there may be a host of reasons he department carry the state in the end, but his stunt didn't help. he tried to deceive oh
to hear it. i'm not going to debate it. you're dead ass wrong. david is calling from columbus, georgia. >> caller: hi, bill. first of all with all due respect, the constitution doesn't say you can kill 20 kids. it doesn't say that. it doesn't say that you can commit murder. it doesn't say that you can commit mayhem. >> bill: it also doesn't say you can have an assault weapon or a canon -- >> caller: you have the right to keep and bear arms. the supreme court justice scalia said that if you can carry it, it is considered an arm. >> bill: oh, yeah, that's a great opinion. that's really brilliant. justice scalia. >> caller: that's a supreme court justice. >> bill: yeah, and he's an idiot. >> caller: bill, i went into a gun store yesterday. because i'm looking to buy an ar-15 myself. they are flying off the shelves. i've gone to online retailers. they're out of stock. >> bill: okay. fine. then why should congress do anything? why should the president do anything? if people are buying them. therefore n
at the columbus zoo in ohio. we should also wish our regular anchor a happy birthday. she is off for the holiday. there is a picture of her with her presents. >> and shannon is celebrating her 21st birthday. >> that's right. she can finally go and have a beer. >>> as capitol hill is wrestling with the white house about what to cut and how much to cut, have you ever wondered how much of the national debt that you and your family owe? a special report brett bier has a look at part two in our series "the cost of spending." >> the national debt clock spinning faster every year. we have all seen it before. >> do you see that clock up there? $16 trillion in debt. >> used as a prop at campaign events. >> when this campaign began it was a heck of a lot less than that. >> you can walk by the main debt clock in new york city, west 44th street and avenue of the americas. but when you really stop and look at it for awhile maybe even stair at it, frankly it is scary. as of today every household in the united states owes about $140,000 of this debt, every single household. the u.s. barrows roughly $6 billion
that they have a problem with unemployment or housing. detroit, columbus, other places have it. parts of massachusetts have it. other parts of massachusetts don't. so i think this has to be very localized and figure out how you solve that. so it's going to be tight until we get rules figured out and then you bring in private capital. but i'm not sure that's all together a bad thing but i think we have a lot more granular by-city or by-community to figure out what the answer should be. >> turning now to the customer relationship and how it's changing in response to the very dramatic developments in the bank and developments over the last several years so, first of all, i was delighted to hear about your efforts regarding home buyer -- over the past few years people need to understand what they are getting into when they make this enormous commitment but let me ask you about the change in the different potential change. it was reported a couple weeks ago in one news article that i saw that the bank was backing off of a plan to impose new fees under checking accounts in under certain ci
at this. sacramento, columbus -- the nature of the recovery differs greatly. the pattern that emerges is one which the broader based economies recovered better than those that are narrow. the importance of economic growth cannot be overstated. the second one that does that it talked about as much is the future of u.s. immigration policy that is central to so many things and is one of the underserved policy topics in the united states. the native-born population -- all future population growth depends on what we choose for immigration. given the importance of demographics, this is the issue over the long term. those two things strike me as central to how will play out. it seems to me we have a couple of things. the first is to recognize -- it is time to look for it. the crisis began years ago now. i was once again to the camp of designing clever policies. solve all of these problems. more policy innovation, more new programs and innovation is beginning to make it difficult to figure out what the rules are and move forward. it is time to let markets clear and move forward as fast as we
years ago. don in columbus. hi don welcome. >> caller: hi, steph, how are you? >> stephanie: good. go ahead. >> caller: i was curious. i watched the shows yesterday and it was noticeable that tim kind of explained himself to everybody including chris wallace. >> stephanie: geithner. >> caller: yeah, right. and mr. boehner decided that only chris could clear his -- and no one else could give him any guff about it. so i thought that was pretty interesting. one show against five. >> stephanie: right. we only need to say flabbergasted once. >> flabbergasted. >> stephanie: all right. the boehner yesterday. >> there is a stalemate. let's not kid ourselves. >> stephanie: i wonder who could be impeding any progress. what kind of orange idiot could be standing in the way? >> somebody is not cooperating. some people feel like they won an election or something. some sort of mandate. flabbergasted. >> stephanie: allen in gary, indiana. welcome. >> caller: good morning. i'm wondering how much money can we get by
, detroit to indianapolis, columbus, louisville, lexington, and all the way down there toward nashville a little later today. also, wet weather continues to push through the northwest, but not as bad as those big storms this past weekend. your forecast, the east coast, one more incredibly warm day, washington, d.c., if we get enough sunshine, you could head up into the mid-70s today, record highs, many spots from washington, d.c. all the way down through the southeast. enjoy it while it lasts. looks like we're going to cool off slowly over the next couple of days. a story of love and anarchy, karen avrich joins us. t there. t there. - one serving of cheese is the size of four dice. one serving of cereal, a baseball. and one serving of fruit, a tennis ball. - you know, both parties agree. our kids can be healthier... the more you know. ♪ mom? dad? guys? [ engine turns over ] [ engine revs ] ♪ he'll be fine. [ male announcer ] more people are leaving bmw, mercedes and lexus for audi than ever before. take advantage of exceptional values during the season of audi event. well, having a
have it fell joining us from columbus, ohio on the independent line. caller: i would like to say i am a professor of history and political science. i would not want to be labor anybody with all of the rhetoric and everything going on now as a look at a superficial level. with the president has to do is keep up with what he has said in his political speeches. he needs to stay strong on that. if he does not, it will impact his entire presidency. people want to turn away and say this will not be difficult. it certainly will be. he needs to stay strong on what he said. other than that, there are so many other issues. what he got elected on this time and what was most present in the populous mind is he needs to stay strong on what he was elected on and what he said he was going to do. host: this is from the facebook page. the question is, what do you think the president pose a number one priority should be. brian is joining us from texas on the republican line. caller: good morning. i am down here in texas and we voted the other way. the number one thing i see is jobs. you have economic gr
it going and you will disappear off of the screen. moving on. police in columbus, ohio using pepper tray - on spray. 2000 people showed up to try to get in the subsidized town homes and that's the word there. subsidized. they were fighting over the applications . the apartment complex turned everyone away and several people were treated for minor injuries. coming up on winter. making for dangerous conditions and waking up to tons of snow. blizzard-like conditions in minnesota and wisconsin . in minnesota over a foot of snow has already fallen. meanwhile quickly let's go to the maps and find out where it is snowing. it is moving through portions of new england it is a cold front and got rain all the way through portions of new england and west virginia and central portions of the tennessee valley and behind it colder air at the map. rapid city. it is only 23 . 31 in chicago . meanwhile in front of the front, 40s and 50s and 60s . right now in atlanta 61 degrees . how much will it warm up today. freezing in kansas city and below freezing in minneapolis . 60 in raleigh durham . in new orlea
. >> stephanie: well, tommy in columbus -- he has a lot of people noticing this white hot electricity between us. >> me and you? >> stephanie: you and me. >> oh god! >> stephanie: steph i have come up with a perfect solution, mrs. stephanie lavoie. >> no! >> stephanie: steph and chris have been a couple for longer than most people stay married. not because we want to. we need each other in such a horrible toxic way. >> and i need a paycheck. >> stephanie: he is one of my paid friends. >> exactly. i just have to show up at the occasional party, and i'm in good. >> stephanie: it is always so touching. we have to come or you'll fire us. you already know how to touch each other buttons and really piss each other off. >> that's true. >> stephanie: hal sparks could do the music for free. it would be the first gay wedding with it's first bark bark. rocky mountain mike can do the promos for free. jim ward could get to slow dance with melissa fitzgerald. >> okay. >> stephanie: he finds a starting number of pictures online to send to you. >> she is a hotty. >> stephanie: she is smokin
and i was groying up in columbus. i still call him mayor today. i got to know him when he was in the legislature of the ohio senate and he was in the -- i was in the ohio house. i got to know him better when i was elected here and obviously a lot has been said about dennis. a lot has been said about dennis, about his passion. his -- he softball a man who will continue his mission in other way he ran for president. he wasn't shy about it. he has strong beliefs, beliefs that are different than mine but again, someone you can call a friend. and finally, last but not least, the man who has a different quality than the rest of the four and what i mean by that is, he was the only one of the five who wasn't a legislator before he came to congress. he was a prosecutor. steve latourette. ironically if you talk to members of the house, they would say he was a legislator's legislator. even though he was never a legislator before he got here. which is amazing. and steve latourette is a contrast in so many different ways. you heard so much about him here tonight in terms of the work he
, monday afternoon, midtown manhattan, right around columbus circle and carnegie hall. take a close look at this still picture. this is what we have from surveillance cameras. nypd says this is just moments before this suspected gunman here, the guy on left-hand side of the screen with the hoodie pulled over his head, this is right before he pulls the gun and fired, putting a single bullet in the back of his target's head. the target, a california law student visiting the city. police say the suspect then got into his silver lincoln mkz, here is the car, you see him coming or going, coming, this is also obviously surveillance video, the suspect simply disappeared after that single shot into new york traffic. so many questions here. i want to bring in new york times reporter david goodman. david, excellent reporting. all these details in your piece this morning. i guess one of the first things when i read it i thought you have this victim, brandon woodward, law student, apparently had a law school exam the next day back in los angeles, but he didn't have a return ticket. tell me more. >>
in their custody the getaway car used in monday's targeted hit killing, near new york's columbus circle, in the middle of the afternoon. it was a rental car found in queens. and as police piece together leads, they are also getting help from the lapd, since the victim was visiting from los angeles. and a picture is emerging of a man trying to get his life back on track. surveillance video captures a waiting killer. police say ten minutes later, this man killed brandon woodard of los angeles in a brazen execution-style murder on a busy manhattan street. where brandon woodard is heading is unclear. police believe he may have been looking for an address when he was looking down at his phone. he briefly turned his head, saw his killer, didn't seem to recognize him, and then kept walking. moments later, woodard was shot at close range in the back of the head with a .9-millimeter gun. his killers, say police, got back into a car where a driver was waiting and took off. surveillance tape in a tunnel later put investigators on their path to queens. ballistics tests matched the weapon to one use
. at that time he was an official with the local moose lodge in columbus, ohio where both were living. according to peck. he befriend ad number of kids. took them to the moose lodge to watch television. took them on trips. on one of the trips he alleged that william airy tried to sexually molest him. in this trip to ohio it was full-on sexual assault. listen to what peck told me in an exclusive interview. >> it was in the middle of the night. the room was pitch black and i was very shocked, very scared. recall tears coming down my face, wetting the pillow behind me. and i laid perfectly still and pretty much just kind of went into shock mode and, and i didn't know if i was going to be hurt or injured, if i tried to fight back so i didn't. >> reporter: as the head of moose international william airy oversees moose heart, which is a campus of group hopes and a school for at risk youth. peck's attorneys says that gives him access to hundreds of young people. we're trying to reach out to airy. we're told he is out of the country. we're awaiting back from the general council of moose international. w
the window in places like san francisco on the trolley cars, durham, eugene, oregon, columbus, hartford, athens, other cities around the country. the d.h.s., department of homeland security, and city and local and state authorities are putting money together to tape your conversations on buses. >> gretchen: why can't they put up a camera to help us if they're worried about the bus driver? >> you're right. they have cameras. now they're integrating audio. now they're integrating that it can go out on the web to a depot somewhere else, to a police facility, to someone that can listen to your conversation with your children on the bus. you're talking about school, you're talking about going to see a relative, going to see your mother, and all of that stuff becomes part of the ether. >> gretchen: i'm glad you didn't say i was talking to my husband about date night. >> i didn't say that at all. >> gretchen: that might be more private. >> it would be private, but all of that is private. so now we have a situation in this country where yes, there should be some limitations on what goes on in p
canceled today. in columbus, ohio, passengers used the much needed time to catch up on rest. pittsburgh, pennsylvania, plows hit the ground but it wasn't enough to keep the heavy snow off the streets. greyhound buses were forced to cancel many of their routes. in hamburg, new york, commuters are frustrated. >> it's about a 25-minute drive usually. tonight it's an hour. >> reporter: and skiers are delighted. fema is urging people to update their emergency kits for cold weather including blankets, dpl gloves, first aid material, and a battery-powered radio. but in syracuse, new york, this is no match for people used to this weather. >> it's business as usual. i think a lot of people are on vacation for the holidays. but usually it's good travel until you get too many people on the road. that's usually the bigger problem, is the people trying to drive in it. >> reporter: and the roads could have been worse because it's a holiday week, a lot of people didn't go into the office. also, schools and universities are off making it that much easier for cleanup crews to do their job, candy. >> tha
the man's hair. the debates were really, really good. item from columbus, ohio, and nobody down here really likes our governor. the debates were really, really good for me then that mr. williams, you have a great christmas. everybody, have a great christmas. they are calling me back upstairs. host: the debate. guest: the debates or the event of this campaign season and i think opened a window in the changing realities in politics in america. during that first debate, there was this incredible phenomenon which was social media was alive. i have been in washington more than 30 years as a political person. i have never had to report on a debate where it was scored instant by instant by the american electorate. usually people watched the debate and have a reaction to what was said on stage, and then the next day there is all this fact checking and people say that is wrong. gerald for talking about no soviet includes in poland -- there are moments like that. but in general, the response is analyzed later. in 2012, the debate was analyzed second by second by people on twitter and blogs. it
in the columbus area and also in cincinnati who were just not having the infrastructure that they claimed. guest: the romney campaign was not able to get operation ohio or anywhere else up and running and that was one of it -- advantage obama had a. ronny only had six months to really prepare. host: oregon, a democrat decline, good morning. guest: were up early on the west coast. caller: i want to know what happened to ann romney. she was much more visible early on. the wives dehumanize a candidate and that was to be her job. dr. the convention, she pretty much vanished. guest: i spoke to a lot of the romney campaign staff about parole in the campaign. what i was told is that there were some ads cut between romney in the general election campaign that she just did not test well with focus groups. they showed it to focus groups of voters and they did not register positive review of those ads. what the ronny people told me was that it was not believable that the spouse of a candidate would be a good test of fire to the candidate because they are not believable. of course his boss is going to say t
, evansville, cincinnati, columbus back into pennsylvania. we'll get to that in the next hour. alina. >> that's a lot of places, chad myers. all right, chad, thanks so much. >>> i'm alina cho. thanks so much for watching. have a great weekend and a great new year's. "cnn newsroom" with my friend suzanne malveaux starts right now. >>> i'm suzanne malveaux. welcome to our 500th edition of our show. we've got a lot to cover so let's get right to it. russia dominating our newscast this hour. for two very different reasons. first, the man, that man you see there, russia's top diplomat, he is now taking an active role in trying to end the civil war in syria. now, remember, both russia and china have blocked u.n. attempts to force out the assad regime. now the russians say they are willing to meet with the syrian opposition. it could open the door for real u.n. action on the ground, action that could mean american involvement. we've got more details in a live report in just a minute. >>> but also, russia's president formally saying no to americans who want to adopt russian children. it is a heartbre
was in columbus stark county ohio this year. love it all. thank you very much, congresswoman. >> marry christmas to all. >> in america owning a gun seems part and parcel of being an american but overseas they don't understand how you can walk into a store or a gun show and walk out with weapons some say should be used only by the military. we'll show you how the world is reacting to americans' gun culture. hey, look! a shooting star! make a wish! i wish we could lie here forever. i wish this test drive was over, so we could head back to the dealership. [ male announcer ] it's practically yours. test drive! thank you very much, reacting to americans' gun and it's never been easier to get a jetta. that's the power of german engineering. get $0 down, $0 due at signing, $0 deposit, and $0 first month's payment on any new volkswagen. visit vwdealer.com today. >>> coming up, we are going to have more on world reaction to america. and gun control. in the "newsroom." [ male announcer ] if someone asks what it feels like to drive a jeep grand cherokee, tell them it's like being nestled in an eight-way, a
columbus of pet gifts. back inside, guys. tell us what's coming up next. >> steve: very nice. >> gretchen: thanks, brian. up next on "fox & friends," no protest and no protection. a scathing new report finds massive failures in washington led to the murders of four americans in benghazi, libya. so why is the blame going to the ambassador who died? peter johnson, jr. weighs in. >> steve: then a big victory for religious freedom. what the courts just ruled on the president's contraception mandate. hear it next right here on "fox & friends" ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] campbell's green bean casserole. it's amazing what soup can do [ male announcer ] campbell's it's hard to see opportunity in today's challenging environment. unless you have the right perspective. bny mellon wealth management has the vision and experience to look beyond the obvious. we'll uncover opportunities, find hidden risk, and make success a reality. bny mellon wealth management progressive direct and other car insurance companies? yes. but you're progressive, and they're them. yes. but they're here. yes. are you...? there
that the country seems to long. host: ed is in columbus, ohio. he's talking to us on the democrats line this morning. ed, you're on the "washington journal" with joseph rosenberg, research associate at the tax policy center. caller: thank you, good morning. mr. rosen berg, with the fiscal cliff blooming, do you believe the i.r.s. will be able to calibrate their system at this late of a date and would the debt ceiling debate blooming, could that delay federal refunds? thank you. guest: yes. the question about the i.r.s. is a good one and it is an important one. so it almost is certainly bound to complicate the filing season. i think already the i.r.s. has said that they are -- they have not released updated withholding tables for winner to. -- 2013. what that means is employers will use the withholding tables for federal income tax. but if a deal is made or no deal is made, that's going to have to change and at some point, employers will have to change their federal income tax withholding amount. i mentioned with the alternative minute 34u78 tax, that will -- minimum tax, that will compl
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